Jazz Air and Thomas Cook Canada signed a flight service agreement, expected to generate approximately C$100 million ($99 million) in annual revenue, under which Jazz will operate "no less than" six 757-200s to "various sun destinations" from Canada November-April. The charter routes previously were flown by Skyservice Airlines, which shut down operations last week (ATWOnline, April 1). The agreement term will end April 30, 2012, extending to 2015 if both companies reach a pricing ...

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